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1936 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0656)

$4,995
1936 Gibson L-00, Tobacco Sunburst, Fire striped pickguard, Script logo, 14 Frets at the body, Original Grover tuners, Nice full feeling neck, Very fine example, May benefit from a good neck set, Stunning condition, EC, OSSC, $4,995
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1936 Gibson L-00 (GIA0482)

$3,995
1936 Gibson L-00, Sunburst Finish, Fire Striped Pick guard, 14 frets at the body, Great feeling neck! Nice low action, Fine sounding! VG+, Vintage Hard shell case, $3,995
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1936 Gibson L-00

$3,750
Sensational sound. Very good-looking once all the grime was removed from the front. No-crack front that reflects the warm full sound of this guitar. Great looking firestripe pick guard. Back has a few minor cracks and a barely visible hairline finish heel crack. Newer but correct Kluson tuners were tinted off-white with tea bags to look old. This guitar has low action and is a joy to play....
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1936 Bronson Honolulu Deluxe

$3,650
Retrofret Stock # 3797. Bronson Honolulu Deluxe Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1936, made in Chicago, sunburst top, natural back and sides finish, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, black tolex hard shell case. This is a very interesting and rare 1930's higher grade flat-top guitar. Bronson was a Detroit-based spinoff of the Oahu...
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1936 Gibson Cason J. Robison

$2,895
In the 1930s, Montgomery Ward had guitars made for them with the "Carson J.Robison" name, to take advantage of the popularity of that cowboy singing star of the day. By 1936, these guitars were being made for Ward's by Gibson, with the later ones like this having the identical body contour and dimensions of Gibson fabulous L-0 and L-00 models. The main difference was straight bracing under the...
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1936 Gibson L-50

$1,595
Vintage original circa 1936 Gibson L-50 archtop acoustic. Refinished in a killer black. Plays and sounds incredible. A fantastic 1930's Gibson at a great price.
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1936 Gibson L10

$3,800
The Gibson L-10 was a model that was only made in the 30's, and features unique L-12 style inlays and flame maple back and sides.
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1936 Kalamazoo KTG-11 Tenor

$795
The Kalamazoo brand of musical instruments was marketed as “The World’s Greatest Value,” with the quality of Gibson's manufacturing at Great Depression era prices. Most of the Kalamazoo instruments were less than half the price of their Gibson cousins. The Kalamazoo Guitar or model "KG" was introduced in 1933 and later renamed the KG-11. So were the Kalamazoo Tenor Guitar (later called the...
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~1935 Gibson L-30 Archtop

$1,899
The Very first of BB King’s Lucille’s was a Gibson L-30. As a fight and fire broke out in a Twist Arkansas club BB King ran outside, realized his guitar was still inside and ran back into the burning collapsing building to rescue his Gibson L-30 guitar. A lady named Lucille was the subject of the fight. That L-30 was then named Lucille as were many guitars to follow. Hand carved Solid Spruce Top...
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~1948 Gibson ES-150

$2,995
Debuting in 1936, the ES-150 was the instrument Charlie Christian made famous: the first commercially successful electric guitar. Originally a 16" guitar, the ES-150 was upsized after the war to L-5 dimensions, with a 17" lower bout and the longer 25 1/2" scale. With it's larger body and longer neck, the postwar ES-150 is one of very few electric guitars that can hold its own both amplified and...
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1933 Gibson L-00

$5,995
Cannon. Small guitar. Cannon. I have no idea where it’s all coming from, but this thing absolutely yells. Original finish, frets, tuners, everything. An older neck reset at all the perfect angles and quite nicely done too. Exceedingly cool early Gibson L-00, with what some call the “small dark sunburst”, obviously makes it sound better. Well, something does, ‘cause this is a killer pre-war...
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1933 Gibson L-00

$4,500
Retrofret Stock # 6706. Gibson L-00 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1933), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 708, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, mahogany back, sides and neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The L-00 has always been one of Gibson's most popular Depression era guitars, both then and now. This model was at the bottom of the company's flat...
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1935 Gibson L-00

$4,400
JUST IN. We keep the L-00s coming at Dying Breed Music! This one is a dandy. Completely original parts, zero cracks, no finish work, no repair work. This is one heck of a guitar! Often these pre war small bodies are pretty beat up, have changed parts, and repair work due to their very light weight construction, age, and small size. Not this one! This instrument has aged well and at 80 years old,...
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1938 Gibson L-00

$2,999.99
From the later 1930's, here's a Gibson L-00 with an unusual mahogany top. Introduced in 1931 and built until 1945, in 1932 the L-00 was priced at $25, which made it affordable for many people. Built during the later 1930's, this Gibson L-00 has had some repairs and is now in rather good playing condition. There have been crack repairs to the top, the bridge has been off and replaced (with...
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1937 Gibson L-00

$5,995
With the strength of Thor and the cool of Aphrodite, this 1937 Gibson L-00 will steal your heart. It came to us from the family of its original owner down South, where we are told it had been in a barn for decades. Sure didn’t hurt it none though; it only ever got one small, thin top crack, almost impossible to find, and one little one on its back, and that’s it. Totally 100% tight and solid,...
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1999 Gibson L-00 Acoustic Flat-Top

$4,250
The Nicest Of All The Small-Bodied Gibson Flat Tops… The Later "Robert Johnson" Model. 1932 Gibson L-00 Acoustic Flat-Top. This 14 3/4-inch wide, 4 3/8 inch deep, ebony "Dreadnaught family" lightly arched-top, "flat-back" guitar weighs just 3.00 lbs. Slightly arched laminated spruce top with 'X' bracing and round sound hole with three (white/black/white) rings. Mahogany back and sides,...
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1938 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0577)

$4,995
1938 Gibson L-00, Tobacco Sunburst, Fire Stripe pick guard, Script logo, Bound Top & Back, Nice big fat neck! Tremendous instrument! VG++, NHSC, $4,995
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~1937 Gibson L-00

$3,750
c 1937, sunburst, fire stripe pick guard, center seam reglued, vgc++
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1939 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0555)

$4,995
1939 Gibson L-00, Sunburst, Double bound body, Fire stripe Pickguard, Script logo, Original deluxe tuner buttons, 14 frets at body, Very lovely example, VG++, NSSC, $4,995
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1934 Gibson L-00

$2,495
1934 L-00 beat but sweet... bridge has been professionally re-glued ... lots of wear and tear but ... plays and sounds great ... fon # is 921...
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1937 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0461)

$3,595
1937 Gibson L-00, Black, Bound top, Fire Stripe pickguard, Chunky “V” neck, VG+, SSC, $3,595
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~1935 Gibson L-00

$3,850
#14776 ink stamp barely readable and 194 in red pencil scrawled below it. A very fine player. No cracks front or back, normal play wear and low action with no visible neckset. One tight 4 inch long hairline repaired split in the middle of the left lower bout.The back is uniformly covered in very light scratches which may be buffed out. The Gibson prewar L-00 is rapidly becoming the guitar of...
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~1935 Gibson L-00

$3,939.39

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Gibson L-00 mid 1930's I guess, I don't know the exact year. 100% original but for bridge pins. Low saddle, low action, nice big V neck, plays and sounds great! NO CRACKS! Original case in very utile condition. She's a goodun'! Best one for the money here! I'll ship it to ya for free too!
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~1932 Gibson L-00

$2,000
#139 circa 1932 New bridge and neck set. No trace of a pickguard, but was professionally refinished on the top and back of the neck ( a long while ago), but left original on back body and sides. Perhaps the neck was reshaped to a C-shape. 12 fret with a working truss rod (1 3/4" nut) neck. We adjusted many frets and reglued the loose braces. Super light and super loud, slightly less...
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1934 Gibson L-00

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Here is a pre war Gibson with very rare specs: It features maple back and sides but what makes it really unique is that it was built with ladder braces. It gives it a very bluesy tone with a good midrange. Neck is very straight and plays great. 2 repaired top cracks and one small at the heel where a strap lock hole has been filed. Original case.
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1937 Gibson L-00

$4,650
Here’s an L-00 from one of the favorite years of many enthusiasts of this seminal Gibson model. These little workhorses most usually saw a good deal of abuse, but this one is in great shape. Two back cracks, properly cleated and repaired with hide glue when Folkway did the neck reset, and a little side crack properly repaired long ago, are the only cracks anywhere, with the all-important top...
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~1935 G&S Geib Chicago 00 Gibson

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***SOLD*** 1930s G&S Geib Chicago Chipboard 1930s G&S Geib Chicago faux alligator chipboard case typical of what most of the Gibson L00 and Kalamazoo’s arrive to me in. All hardware, latches and original sausage handle fully functional. Rare example of the light brown faux alligator with chocolate piping and purple lining with intact pick box with diamond imprint. This one has survived in...
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Gibson 2014 Gibson '32 L-00 Reissue Acoustic Guitar Vintage Sunburst

$3,399
Here's a preowned 2014 Gibson Acoustic 1932 L-00 reissue in excellent condition. It's a recreation of a very famous parlor-sized guitar favored by many blues musicians.
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1938 Gibson L00

$3,250
Paint Chips, dings, checking all over guitar body and neck. Letters EV carved on the top below bridge. Changed tuners, no extra holes on the back of guitar. Top crack running along top edge of pick guard from sound hole rosette to bridge. Cant tell if the crack is all the way through the top because of guitars x bracing near soundhole. Some fret wear on the 1st 6 frets under neath strings due to...
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1938 Gibson Special Flattop Custom L-00

$9,249
* Unique L-00 with L-12 Neck * Maple Back & Sides, Spruce Top Extremely rare, possibly unique, though the adjacent FON number says "Special Flattop" (this FON #, 880 D, is missing) this is most likely an example of a player in the mis '30s wanting a Gibson with the much smaller neck of the jazz guitars. Thus we have an L-00 body out of maple with an L-12 neck. It appears to have been sent back...
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